First, You need to choose one of them 5 subjects.
And make sure to includ a list of references, presented accurately.

1)Read some up-date studies on social dialects in English and compare the findings with trudgill’a finding of 30 yeasr ago. Are Trudgill’s conclusions still valid?

2) Explain the differences in viewpoint between linguists of the ‘Language as Instinct’ school and those of the’ Laguage as Myth’ school. Which side do you favour? Use examples from more than one language to illustrate your views.

3) In 2010 Nicholas Olstet wrote; ‘ it is impossible for those who have consciously learned a language to establish a new dialect of it’ . Do you agree?

4) David Crystal has described English as a new diglossic language. Discuss this suggestion by comparing English with a long-standing diglossic language.

5) The Observer newspaper in June 2012, referring to the work of the linguist Judith Baxter, reported that English-speaking women in business meetings were ‘ four times more likely than men to be self-deprecating, use humour, and speak indirectly or apologetically’ What evidence is there to support this claim? Discuss at least one other language in your answer.

Consider the point:
write essay you should include in the essay
1) answer the question is the most important
2) simplistic remark /
3)make a point /
4)give evidence example /
5)credit for using other Language.
6) Hartvord bibliography in the crroct way.
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Please be careful with the playgrisme the police will check also they are so strick about playgrisme

What is known about the genetic basis for differences in pigmentation among human populations?

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Content :
the title of your essay carefully to ensure you write about the subject from the appropriate angle and at a suitable depth. The essay deals with a current topic in molecular genetics so, where appropriate, you should make an effort to include recent evidence and ideas.

Writing :
For general guidance on essay writing have a look at the guides provided by Learning Development in the section marked Writing Skills. There is a web link to Learning Development on the MSc Blackboard site in Study Information. Your use of English grammar should be appropriate and your spelling accurate. It can be helpful to use the spelling and grammar tool in Word to check your essay. Remember that your use of English may affect the mark awarded for your essay.

Structure :
To ensure your essay has a clear structure make a plan before you begin writing. It is sensible to start with an introduction in which you can set out the question/problem/ topic and how you are going to address it. In your essay, aim to present a logical progression of explanations or arguments with references, followed by your own conclusions.

You can use figures to illustrate specific points and it is best to draw these yourself. If you do base a figure on a published one then you should indicate that it is “adapted from…” or “redrawn from…”. Write a legend that allows the reader to understand the essential point of the figure. Do not copy legends.

References :
Your statements, arguments, hypotheses and any relevant experimental data should be supported by reference to the relevant published material (not web sites). A full reference list must be given at the end of the essay. Remember that citing a reference as a source of information does not mean you can copy the words of that source; it is simply a way of directing the reader to your sources of information. It is not appropriate in scientific writing to directly quote from your sources of information, so using quotation marks as way of avoiding plagiarism will result in your essay being given a lower mark.
References should be cited in the text by author name and year of publication. You should then provide full details of your references in alphabetical order in a reference list at the end of your essay.


please make a good critique with this review paper. i am looking for good coherent between the paragraphs you are free to move the paragraph to make it strong and please do not change the HIGHLIGHTED WORDS

Human factors involved in an aviation accident

Rubric: The grading rubric is based upon APA writing style, critical thought, a detailed analysis of information and assessment of the “cause and effect” of Human Factors in this aviation accident.

Be sure to provide an introduction and conclusion in your report and be sure to cite additional references beyond the NTSB report, if needed/

Assignment: Write a 4-5 page paper, plus title and abstract using APA format. Use 12 pt. Times New Roman font, double-spaced with no graphics or pictures. Submit your paper as an MS Word document and retain a copy for yourself.

Instructions: Read the included NTSB report, which is packaged in the course. Identify no more than two human factor issues that you feel were significant elements in the error chain leading to the terminal event. Defend your position by accurately and succinctly showing the “cause and effect” of those dynamics.It is important to consider the levels within the Human Factor Classification System (HFACS) as you assess the report.

The Rite of passage by Igor Stravinsky

For this final writing assignment of the term, you will be going beyond writing short essays to writing a research paper. You are asked to do background research (outside of course books and materials) on one single composer and his or her time period. Using evidence from the musical composition itself along with your background research write a 6-8 page research essay explaining how the composer reflected – or did not reflect – the particular historical and cultural environment. Please do not just summarize the composer’s life. Instead, in this essay you should seek to integrate relevant biographical material with your discussion of the music.
You may wish to consider such questions as: What were the identifying characteristics of the composer’s music, especially as shown in this composition which you are analyzing? What were the identifying characteristics of the music and the folk music of the country and time period? How do these characteristics mesh and influence one another?
This last Essay assignment is designed to synthesize or bring together your understandings of both environmental contexts and specific musical characteristics as you describe a musical work in its historical-biographical context. Please apply concepts and terms you have learned throughout the course in your essay. If relevant, you may quote from various resources (books, essays, online) etc. in your essay writing. Use APA format. You must attribute quotes and source use a simple footnote structure.
Use the following format for the research paper as your “guide”. Note the word “guide” because you may find a need, given the specific topic you have selected, to modify. Remember that this is a research paper – not a longer version of an essay. The research paper should contain the following format: Title page, Purpose of Study, Opening Statement, Assumption or Hypothesis, Discussion of Findings, Recommendations, Conclusion/Summary, and Reference Page.
The musical piece of choice is The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky.

Arabic culture

PLEASE DO NOT USE EXTERNAL SOURCES. I will provide attachments of the readings. Most attachments will start with W1 or W2 meaning Week 1 or week 2. I would like you to go for question 1 however if the author feels he can do better on one of the other topics go ahead. Yet again i Emphasise on not using external sources. The attached readings are each relating to its question. However there will be a document with further readings to choose from.

(Note that is a course in a business management degree)

Write a 2000-2500-word essay on one of the suggested topics below, or on another topic that you and the instructor have agreed on. Footnotes are included in the word count. The bibliography is not included in the word count

1. What is the ‘Arab World’? • Can cartography (or the power of mapping) alone define ‘Arabness’? • Is ‘Arab’ an ‘ethnos’? What is ‘ethnos’? • How does remapping of the ‘Arab World’ necessitate re-writing of its history? • What is the role of the Arabic language and Islam in the formation of the Arab world historically? • In what ways has the history of the formation of the ‘Arab World’ as a mappable territorial entity contributed to the definition of ‘Arabness’ today? Refer to Week 1 and 2 readings 2.
2. Discuss the ways in which Muslim reformists (such as Jamal al-Din alAfghani and Muhammad Abdu) articulated the general problem of “inner decay and the need for an inner revival” within the Arab and Muslim worlds. • In what ways did the European colonial powers influence key Muslim reformists? • What are the implications of this revival as it relates to religious reform and political thought? • Can reform be derived from the principles of Islamic law, or is it necessary to go to the teachings and practices of modern Europe? • Is there in fact any contradiction between the two? • In what ways are these attempts at an “inner revival” relevant today in the Arab and Muslim world? Refer to Week 4 and 5 readings 3.
3. Arab nationalism is both a product of and response to the European colonisation of the ‘Arab World’ in the 19th and 20th centuries. Discuss. • What are the major ways in which Europe (particularly France and Britain) extended their influence in the Middle East? • What kinds of reform were promulgated by this cultural exchange? • Did European notions of nationalism travel to the Middle East during the cultural exchange of the colonial period? • Was Arab nationalism a response to European colonization alone? • What are the major principles of Arab nationalism? • What was/is the impact of de facto division of the ‘Arab World’ into nation-states on Arab nationalism? • Do the political borders recently imposed on the various Arab nationstates have an impact on the ways in which Arabs identify themselves as members of a political community? • Could you give an example? • Is it be possible to reconcile between the political reality of nationstates and Arab nationalism? Refer to Week 5 and Week 7 readings 4.
4. What is ‘Orientalism’? Discuss its relevance to cultural studies. Give relevant examples from the Arab world. • Why is the understanding of ‘perspective’ and ‘position’ of the orientalist important? • What hegemonic discourse is pervasive in representing the ‘Orient.’ • How have the people of the ‘Orient’ been depicted historically. • How does the discourse of orientalism intersect with the ideology of colonialism? • How is the question of representation of the Arab world relevant today? (in media, policy, and culture) Refer to Week 2, Week 9, and 10.
5. Discuss the main points made in Edward Said’s The Question of Palestine. (Note: this essay question is not meant to be descriptive book review. It requires a critical engagement with the main ideas made in the book). • What was the main motivation behind Said’s book? • To whom is the book directed? • In what ways is the question of Palestinian understood within the wider history of colonialism? • How is ‘Orientalism’ relevant in the understanding of the ‘Question of Palestine’? What is meant by the following quote: “We must understand the struggle between Palestinians and Zionism as a struggle between a presence and an interpretation, the former constantly appearing to be overpowered and eradicated by the latter.” p.8. • How is the question of Palestine relevant to Arabic culture today? • What are the competing discourses behind the differing mappings of Palestine/Israel? • How would you evaluate Edward Said’s stance on the Question of Palestine? Refer to Week 11 readings

Analysis of Race, Class, and Deviance Assignment

In this paper you will have to analyze this situation using all three major sociological perspectives learned. I need to see three paragraphs first paragraph conflict theory and its terms. Second paragraph about Functionalism theory and its terms. Third paragraph about Symbolic Interactionism theory and its terms. Please proceed to this website and watch the lecture by Dr.Michelle Alexander on how the prison-industrial complex has become a new and covert form of“Jim Crow” for many African American males. No summary needed for the speech. What I would like from the student is a paper that includes how a Functionalist, a Conflict Theorist, and a Symbolic Interactionist would interpret the information within this speech.

Terms and concepts must included for the three theory:

Conflict theory:
Bourgeoisie: the capitalist class who own most of society’s wealth and means of production.
Proletariats: workers or working-class people, regarded collectively.
class consciousness: awareness of your class position, and identifying with people who are in the same class position à organize political associations à rebel, revolution à classless society
False consciousness: workers mistakenly accept what the dominating class wants them to believe

Functionalism theory:
Manifest function: intended
Latent function: unintended
Anomie: Breaking down of the norms and values of society
Egoism: is the tendency of individuals to focus only on themselves in isolation from other people and social systems (such as groups, communities, and societies).
Strain Theory: people not achieving cultural goals legitimately feel anomie & become deviant

Symbolic interactionism theory:

Looking-glass self: the process by which a sense of self develops
Labeling theory: is based on the idea that behaviors are deviant only when society labels them as devian
Role-taking: taking the role of the “other”, to understand how someone else thinks and feels
Impression management: efforts to control other people’s impressions of us

Islamic tradition- female sexuality

In their article entitled, “Zulaykha and Yusuf: Whose ‘Best’ Story’?” Merguerian and Najmabadi state
that they are “skeptical about the possibility of appropriating and interpreting the story in its present
variation as an emancipatory narrative for female sexual liberation within an Islamic tradition.”

Through your own reading of the Sura of Yusuf and through comments provided by a number of
contemporary scholars (files uploaded, you may use more), state your opinion as to whether you agree or disagree with the above statement?

Unit 6 Scholarly Activity

Unit VI Scholarly Activity
For this assignment, you will go to the CSU Online Library and use the Academic Search Complete database to research
a topic related to human rights. In addition, once you pick your topic, you may want to do online research to find additional
information; however, this is not required.
Here are some examples that that you can use:
 prisoner rights,
 death penalty,
 poverty,
 women’s rights, or
 LGBT rights.
Research your topic and discover the issues. Describe these in a few paragraphs, starting each new response with the
question it addresses:
 Where is your topic most relevant in 2014?
 Who is most affected by the topic?
 Apply the sociological perspectives on stratification to explain how social class and stratification affect your topic.
 What are some projects in place that will address the problem (suggest one if none exist yet)?
SOC 1010, Introduction to Sociology 6
 Why did you choose your topic?
 How has learning about the topic affected your ideas going into this assignment? Have any of your views
changed since learning more about the topic?
You may also use your textbook to pick a different human rights-related topic, if you so choose.
Your response must be a minimum of two pages in length, answering the questions above. Use appropriate APA style
and in-text citations and references

Community service workers will interact with a wide variety of clients and co-workers from a range of cultural and experiential backgrounds.

Community service workers will interact with a wide variety of clients and co-workers from a range of cultural and experiential backgrounds.

They must be aware of:
◦the role of diversity in the workplace
◦methods of accommodating diversity
◦access and equity issues that relate to their own area of work
◦cultural, historical, access and equity issues that could be specific to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities
◦other issues that might face Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities

They must demonstrate the ability to work, communicate and negotiate with a range of people from different cultural groups.

For the community service sector in which you work or are intending to work describe some of the cultural, historical, access and equity issues with which you might be confronted. Explain how you could deal with these issues and how you would ensure that the rights of diverse people and their communities can be upheld.

Utilise workplace examples to support and explain your responses and provide, where possible, evidence that shows the steps you have taken (or will take) in a workplace to address such issues.